The Duchess of Sussex visited mothers2mothers in Cape Town on Wednesday as part of her Africa tour with Prince Harry. And Meghan brought a bag full of four-month-old Archie’s hand-me-down clothes to give to the charity.
They included a white baby grow with the words The Future, which has been revealed to be a £12 bodysuit by Mère Soeur.
Carrie Anne, who is behind the brand, took to Instagram and shared a picture of Meghan holding the baby grow.
She said: “That vest has had a bit of a journey since it left my door and it’s wonderful to know it’ll be re-loved.”
“My whole week has been MADE!”
The website has also been updated to say: “As seen with Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex.”
When Meghan gave out the clothes at mothers2mothers she said: “Here’s a few little things that I thought would be helpful.
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The charity has reached over 11 million women and children under two with life-changing health services and education across Africa.
She said: “Talk about important work. The work that’s being done here is really special. I see how having that shared experience creates a much stronger result.”
Meghan sat in a circle of chairs with the charity’s staff and clients before suggested they moved onto the floor.
The American former actress said: “We can all sit down here, I just think if it was Archie and we had all these toys in the middle but I made him sit in the chair it would be so unfair!”
The visit was on the third day of the Sussexes’ 10-day tour of Africa.
Meghan is staying in South Africa with Archie, while Harry is also visiting Botswana, Angola and Malawi.
He will end the trip in Johannesburg with his family.
Meghan and Harry delighted royal fans with a surprise appearance from Archie on Wednesday.
They brought the tot along with them to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town.